Hospital Services

The hospital is providing in-patient and out-patient services on regular basis and 24-hours emergency. The services include reproductive health, family planning, maternal & child health, safe abortion (upto 12 weeks of unwanted pregnancy),  pathological investigation, ultrasonography (USG, electrocardiography (ECG), X-ray, primary dental care, primary eye care, pharmacy & ambulance. There are altogether 28 full-time staff at medical department including 3 MBBS medical doctors, 1 dental doctor, 2 health assistants, 1 staff nurse, 2 community medical assistants, 6 auxiliary nurse midwives, 1 dental hygienists, 2 lab technicians, 1 lab assistant, 2 radiographers, 2 pharmacy assistants. 3 cleaners & 2 assistants.  Among the total staff 15 are female. The hospital is now serving over 24,000 patients annually through all departments/units.

Hospital Services

The hospital is regularly providing in-patient and out-patient services and 24-hours emergency. The services include reproductive health, maternal & child health, family planning, safe abortion care (upto 12 month pregnancy), primary dental care, primary eye care, digital x-ray, ECG, ultrasound, pathological service, pharmacy and ambulance.  In addition, the hospital provides extended health services such as endoscopy, echocardiography and TMT on monthly basis with the help of consultant senior doctors from Kathmandu.

District Community Eye Centre

Since 2012, Tilganga Eye Center/Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology has been operating a District Community Eye Centre in Manthali. It has made the provision of two Ophthalmic Assistants and one Eye Dispensor in the eye centre. Tilganga Eye Centre/Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology has been conducting free cataract surgical camps in our hospital and also in remote communities of Ramechhap. Since 2001-2011, the eye centre was managed by our hospital team and financial support to operate the eye centre was provided by Tilganga Eye Centre. Recently, an earthquake resistance pre-fab block has been built for the running of Ramechhap Community Eye Center. Tilganga Eye Center has provided the block whereas TSS has provided it land for construction of the block.

Surgical & General Camps

The hospital has also organized various general and surgical camps in Manthali as well as in outreach communities with financial and technical support from many local, national & international organizations. The major surgical & non-surgical health camps conducted by hospital are as follows:

-  Cataract surgery Camp

-  Pelvic Floor Repair (Uterus Prolapsed) surgery camp

-  Hernia, Hydrocil & Piles surgery camp 

-  ENT general camp 

-  Vasectomy surgery camp 

-  Cerebral palsy screening camp

-  Heart disease general camp 

-  Kidney disease general camp 

-  Gastrointestinal general camp

-  Dental treatment general camp

-  Orthodontics camp

-  Mental health camp

Volunteers Mobilization

A number of doctors, dental surgeons, general surgeons, anesthesiologist etc. through German Rotary Volunteer Doctors (GRVD) association have been volunteered to conduct health camps in the hospital and outreach communities. In addition, many foreign volunteers such as doctors, medical students, nursing students, nurses from different countries through Rural Assistance Nepal have been involved in a number of health camps and service delivery in the hospital.

On-the-job Training

The hospital is providing on-the-job training to the various medical students of Nepal such as Health Assistant, Staff Nurse, Auxiliary Nurse Midwife and Auxiliary Health Worker.

Special discount for co-operative members

The hospital provides special discount to the members of Manthali Saving & Credit Co-operatives Society Ltd.. The health service charge is provided free up to Rs. 3,000 annually and 10% discount is on ambulance service to the members. Likewise, 10% discount on health service is provided to the members of other local co-operatives affiliated with District Saving & Credit Co-operative Federation. 

Future Plan

Provided that the resources are available, the hospital has made the following future plans for upgrading hospital structure and enhancing the service quality.

1.   Construction of new out-patient & in-patient block

2.   Construction of well-equipped seminar & training hall

3.   Installation of solar energy supply system

4.   Upgrade the hospital into 50 bed structure

5.   Develop as paramedics and nursing education institution

6.   Internship program for Nepali and foreign medical students & doctors

7.   Monthly specialist & surgical services in the hospital


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